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Walker: Refugees who come to US not likely to leave
by Mallory Shelbourne
Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) said late Tuesday that refugees coming to the United States are not likely to return to their home countries.
"If they're coming to the United States, chances are they're not going back. That defies the definition of a refugee," Walker told Fox News's "Hannity."
Walker argued the United States should be working with its Gulf State allies to place refugees.
"A refugee is someone who's eventually going to go back to their country of origin," he said.
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